Card Wizards' Magic Club
The Wizards' Magic Club is learner directed, and It will give young magicians ongoing, multiple opportunities to explore the wide world of card magic, including self-working tricks, basic sleight of hand skills, and magical presentation.
Tom Crone - Magician
13 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 1 learner
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year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
60 minutes per class
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Because this class is learner directed, the topics covered will be determined by the instructor and student input at the time of the class. All manner of card magic will be topics for learning, discussing, and performing. Self-working card tricks, tricks using easy sleight of hand, and tricks using special cards and packets are all fair game. We will also talk about presentation skills, from creating mystery to telling a story. Students will get to present their own card tricks, ask...
This class is taught in English.
Students will improve their presentation skills. They will learn to work with others and share ideas to create mutually beneficial outcomes. Because this class will be on-going, students will learn a variety of card magic tricks and skills. Young wizards will learn card management, basic and simple sleight of hand, tricks related to those skills and other tricks in general. Magic can give a young magician the bonus skills of storytelling, self-confidence, practice, understanding people, persistence, showmanship, acting, humor, empathic thinking, and analysis. Many magicians today say magic was what helped them overcome shyness.
Practice and presentation. This will vary, and they are interdependent. The better the practice, the better the presentation. The desire to make good presentation should drive the desire to do the practice. The practice will be based upon fun, not drudgery.
A complete deck of cards in good condition is required. If the student has smaller hands, you might want to consider using "Bridge" size cards rather than the more common "Poker" size. I recommend Bicycle brand.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Tom Crone - Magician Magic is Fun for Everyone
13 total reviews
20 completed classes
The magic classes I teach are for close-up magic with cards, coins, everyday objects and some special magic objects, too. I also include the very special and important "inner secrets" of magic. Misdirection, creating mystery and surprise, using...